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Omega 3's

The two most commonly studied omega-3 fatty acids include eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) which are found in high concentrations in fish and algae. Additionally, EPA & DHA can be created in the body by consuming concentrated sources of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), such as flax seeds, hemp seeds, chia seeds and walnuts. 

EPA & DHA are involved in improving inflammation and reducing triglyceride levels and blood pressure. EPA, in particular, has been shown to improve mood in those with major depression. Supplementation with omega 3 fatty acids may also mildly improve ADHD, anxiety, and cognitive decline as demonstrated by some studies.

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It's For?

  • Severe Depression (↓↓)

  • Anxiety (↓)

  • ADHD (↓)

  • Memory (↑)


To Take?

  • Recommended dose: Take 250-1000mg per day.


To Know?

  • Some reported adverse effects include Fish breath, nausea, diarrhea, acid-reflux, rash, and nosebleeds.

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  • Pros: Sourced from algae.

  • Pros: Sourced from algae. Includes Vitamin D. 

  • Pros: Sourced from fish. Higher concentrations of EPA & DHA per serving.

  • Cons: Not vegan. 

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